A bipartisan pair of Senate Judiciary Committee veterans are calling on the U.S. Supreme Court to keep livestreaming its oral arguments when the justices return for their October term.

Sens. Chuck Grassley and Patrick Leahy, who have both previously chaired the committee, made the request to Chief Justice John Roberts in a letter Friday. They urged the court “to make permanent its recent efforts to increase transparency” after it began offering live audio feeds of remote oral arguments held during the COVID-19 pandemic in a historic first.

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